|L.E. McCullough plays at the opening of the exhibit|
|Ellen Tepper Knot Window|
Yes, THAT Einstein — who, when taking the occasional break from attempting to explain the universe, worked out regularly on piano and violin. And manintained that the best scientific eureka! moments come from intuition and inspiration provided by Art.
|Jewelry by John Brennan|
Participating exhibit artists are Donna Long, Pat Egan, Ellen Tepper, Iris Nevins, John Brennan, Linda Hickman, Lillie Hardy Morris, Ray Frick and Paul Tooley. Bette Conway, gallery co-owner, wasn’t formally exhibiting, but you can see her jewelry and postcard collection of vintage traditional musicians as well.
|Judy Brennan, John Brennan, and L.E. McCullough|
As patrons wandered into the gallery, they were greeted by Irish music variously performed by John Brennan (fiddle), Donna Long (fiddle, piano), Pat Egan (guitar, vocals), Bette Conway (fiddle), George Fairchild (bodhran), Judy Brennan (piano), Ellen Tepper (harp), Tim Hill(uilleann pipes), Bob Hendren (guitar) and L.E. McCullough (tinwhistle, flute, harmonica).
|Rings by Irish Nevins|
Seems like someone should organize a similar event in New York that explores the heretofore unfathomed right-brain depths of the local ITM community.
Editor’s note: Know anybody? Let’s do it!